Linda Lusardi , 62, says her looks aren't 'bad' as she models lingerie in retouched snaps
Former glamour model Linda Lusardi has shared on how she sometimes feels 'self-conscious' about her appearance and that she is keen on using the best non-invasive treatments available to preserve her looks
The 62-year-old says that she is open to maintaining her looks with tweakments in the future but knows that she has an enviable shape and radiant complexion that many admire.Whilst confidently posing for the cover of Best magazine in a vibrant pink lace bodysuit, the former glamour model shared how she often evaluates her appearance.
"I'm like every other woman – all we do is compare how we look now to how we used to be! But yes, I think, given my age – not bad," Linda told.The TV personality - who bravely battled coronavirus last year - also shared how she is "glad" she recovered from the virus following a hospital stint as she continued: "I'm just glad to still be here and looking OK for my age to be honest, especially after having Covid so badly. I believe in moderation when it comes to looking after yourself."
Opening up on sometimes not feeling her best, she told elsewhere in the chat: "I can still feel self-conscious."Proving she is keen to maintain her looks, she added: "Everyone wants to maintain their looks – so if I can have non-invasive things done like ultherapy (a non-surgical facelift) without going under the knife, why not?! headtopics.com
"People spend as much on a good handbag. I'd rather spend it on the bags under my eyes!"Linda looks every inch the glamorous star in the snaps that appear in the glossy magazine.The collection of captures have been enhanced with an airbrush which allowed angel wings to be added to the photos in order to promote her show Beauty Angels - which sees her and pal Debbie Arnold talk to various beauty experts and special guests on the latest and best treatments on the market.
Linda recently told how she is dedicated to her health and fitness after she was hospitalised for nine days in the early days of the pandemic.She is now exercising for just 15 minutes every other day and loving the results."I just think never give up on yourself," she shared.
"It's important to stay fit and healthy because you live longer - and if that also gives you a great figure that's a bonus."Move a bit more, eat a bit less and you'll start to tone up. Once you see the effect, you'll want to do more. One propels the other.
Linda suggested: "Start walking, take a Pilates class.Get all the latest celebrity news delivered straight to your inbox From secret feuds and sexy scandals to the biggest showbiz headlines - we're serving up a daily dose of gossip.Get the inside scoop on all your favourite celebs with our daily newsletter delivered straight to your inbox for free. headtopics.com
You can sign up here."I've got a treadmill at home and I do what I feel like I can - maybe just 15 minutes every other day."And confident Linda added "I've said it before but 60 is the new 40. You're never too old to be the best you can be.
"I know I feel happier when I'm slimmer."* Read the full Linda Lusardi interview in the new issue of Best magazine, on sale from today. Read more: Mirror Celeb »
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